Seymour Center hosts sneak preview of 'Coastal
Clash,' a KQED documentary on California's coastal conflicts,
on November 11
On Thursday, November 11, the Seymour Center at Long Marine
Laboratory, in partnership with KQED Public Television, presents
a sneak preview of Coastal Clash, a new documentary that
takes an in-depth look at the struggle between public and private
interests along the California coast. After the screening, Deanna
Zachary, host of KUSP Radio's Talk of the Bay, will moderate
a panel discussion on local and statewide coastal issues, including
public access, property rights, coastal erosion, and coastal
The sneak preview begins at 6:30 p.m on Thursday, November
11, at the Seymour Center. Seating is limited and available
on a first-come, first-served basis. The event is free and open
to the public.
Coastal Clash will be broadcast on Friday, November
12, at 9 p.m. on KQED Public Television Channel 9. For more
information on coastal issues, educational materials, and repeat
air dates, visit the KQED web site at http://www.kqed.org/coastalclash.
Coastal Clash is a production of KQED Public Television
in San Francisco.
Gary Griggs, director of UCSC's Institute of Marine Sciences
and an expert on coastal geology, provided background information
for the producers and is featured in the documentary. He will
also take part in the panel discussion at the Seymour Center.
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